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Seminole games in question but no end in sight

Blackjack and other card games drawing record crowds at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino near Hollywood may be illegal under a state high court ruling, but conflicting state and federal laws on tribal gaming mean the wildly popular games that drew 40,000 people in the first week will stay for the foreseeable future.

It's been two weeks since the Florida Supreme Court ruled that Gov. Charlie Crist did not have the authority to grant the high-stakes card games when he signed a gambling agreement with the tribe last year.

But no one has stepped forward to enforce the ruling.

More here.

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